It would be very easy to get rich and buy Gucci from head to toe and then call youself fashionable.

But style goes far deeper than just wearing expensive clothes. We’ve all seen someone wearing a £3,000 outfit and look terrible. Style takes skill, it’s about knowing what suits you, the correct fit, combinations and more.

When you deploy these methods money doesn’t really matter, especially when you find the secret to looking good on a budget.

 

logo free fashion

Image credit: Chez Rust

Logo Free Fashion

 

The true secret to looking good on a budget is to opt for logo free clothing. This can still be from a brand, but if it doesn’t have a logo plastered on the front, back, sleeves or anywhere else it’s likely to be £50 less on average.

Take Supreme as a good example; T-shirts costing £100 and hoodies costing £250 plus. All for a childrens brand with a red sticker that they stole from Barbara Kruger. Real men don’t wear branded clothing because it looks young, tacky and you’re advertising their brand for free which feels wrong.

A man who has his life together and gives the impression that he’s doing big things does so by wearing carefully curated singular items of clothing and pairing them together nicely. An example of logo free fashion on a budget includes;

Zara, Zara have been able to produce good quality men’s clothing that’s logo free. This has enabled men all around the world to wear complete outfits that look expensive and fit well, but were put together for a £80 or less.

By using stores such as Zara you’re able to put together far more outfits for less making your wardrobe more diverse. You can even find items like this a stores such as TK Maxx. I once found a green military style coat that I paid £80 for and would’ve happily paid £400 for.

Let’s compare logo free and logo plastered fashion so you can see the difference in impressions;

 

too many brands
supreme hype beast
logo free mens clothing
sophisticated mens fashion
 

This isn’t to say that the men wearing logo free fashion (Blake Scott and David Gandy) here aren’t wearing expensive items. They likely are, but it highlights what can be achieved for less.

Not only in my opinion do the supreme and Gucci outfits look cheap and immature, but they’re also very expensive and impossible to replicate.

However the logo free outfits can be replicated or closely matched with items from other stores that don’t look too dissimilar. I’m sure you could spend 1 hour on zara and put together pretty accurate outfits to match the two images for under £150 in total.

This is the beauty of logo free fashion. Other than the material/feel of the item, very few can tell based on the naked eye alone if what you’re wearing is £100 or £1000.

 

Author Bio

Kris Sturmey

Kris Sturmey

Founder

Kris is a men’s expert with 7 years of experience within the men’s lifestyle game and is also the founder of 1STMAN based in London, UK.

Prior to starting Msicollege and 1STMAN Kris was a personal trainer, body language expert and men’s coach.

Kris has been using his very own logo free advice for years.

Learn more about Kris in our about section and founder profile.

It would be very easy to get rich and buy Gucci from head to toe and then call youself fashionable.

But style goes far deeper than just wearing expensive clothes. We’ve all seen someone wearing a £3,000 outfit and look terrible. Style takes skill, it’s about knowing what suits you, the correct fit, combinations and more.

When you deploy these methods money doesn’t really matter, especially when you find the secret to looking good on a budget.

 

logo free fashion

Image credit: Chez Rust

 

Logo Free Fashion

 

The true secret to looking good on a budget is to opt for logo free clothing. This can still be from a brand, but if it doesn’t have a logo plastered on the front, back, sleeves or anywhere else it’s likely to be £50 less on average.

Take Supreme as a good example; T-shirts costing £100 and hoodies costing £250 plus. All for a childrens brand with a red sticker that they stole from Barbara Kruger. Real men don’t wear branded clothing because it looks young, tacky and you’re advertising their brand for free which feels wrong.

A man who has his life together and gives the impression that he’s doing big things does so by wearing carefully curated singular items of clothing and pairing them together nicely. An example of logo free fashion on a budget includes;

Zara, Zara have been able to produce good quality men’s clothing that’s logo free. This has enabled men all around the world to wear complete outfits that look expensive and fit well, but were put together for a £80 or less.

By using stores such as Zara you’re able to put together far more outfits for less making your wardrobe more diverse. You can even find items like this a stores such as TK Maxx. I once found a green military style coat that I paid £80 for and would’ve happily paid £400 for.

Let’s compare logo free and logo plastered fashion so you can see the difference in impressions;

 

too many brands
supreme hype beast
logo free mens clothing
sophisticated mens fashion

This isn’t to say that the men wearing logo free fashion (Blake Scott and David Gandy) here aren’t wearing expensive items. They likely are, but it highlights what can be achieved for less.

Not only in my opinion do the supreme and Gucci outfits look cheap and immature, but they’re also very expensive and impossible to replicate.

However the logo free outfits can be replicated or closely matched with items from other stores that don’t look too dissimilar. I’m sure you could spend 1 hour on zara and put together pretty accurate outfits to match the two images for under £150 in total.

This is the beauty of logo free fashion. Other than the material/feel of the item, very few can tell based on the naked eye alone if what you’re wearing is £100 or £1000.

 

Author Bio

Kris Sturmey

Kris Sturmey

Founder

Kris is a men’s expert with 7 years of experience within the men’s lifestyle game and is also the founder of 1STMAN based in London, UK.

Prior to starting Msicollege and 1STMAN Kris was a personal trainer, body language expert and men’s coach.

Kris has been using his very own logo free advice for years.

Learn more about Kris in our about section and founder profile.